1. The History of Ortigia — Botanics to Boutiques

    The idea for Ortigia first took root two decades ago in the lush grounds of the 800-year-old family estate belonging to the Marchesi di San Giuliano.
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  2. Easter with Ortigia

    Easter is traditionally a time for new beginnings. In the Northern Hemisphere the holiday falls in the spring, a season that sees the citrus groves of Sicily studded with thousands of new zagara — orange blossoms — and its many parks and time-worn gardens bloom with multicoloured petals both wild and tropical.
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